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e Christian soldier in contrast with the military bully and Bragg locio, and illustrated his position by reference to David and other ancient heroes, and to the late Gen. Havelock, the Christian British Captain, and to the pious and accomplished Gen. Lee, of our own State to whom (in common with others) the men and women of this land are so willingly confiding their liberties and lives. Dr. H. S. Forwood, of the same regiment, Vice President of the New Orleans Y. M. C. Association, then excusednt session. The following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year: President--Joel B. Watking. Vice Presidents--Wm P. Munford, T. Roberts Baker, A. Bolling, Asa Snyder, Jas. Gordon. Corresponding Secretary — Alex. Scott. Recording Secretary — J. D. K. Sleight. Treasurer — S. B. Smith. Registrar — Jas. E. Burress. Librarian — P. F. Howard. Directors — James K. Lee, G. L. Bidgood, Wm H. Gwathmey, M. D., Albert Blair, R. H. Cunni
acancy. Tenth District. Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, nominated Chas. W. Russell, of Ohio county. Mr. Haymond nominated Mr. James Neeson, of Marion. Mr. Russell received 50 votes, Mr. Neeson 26. Eleventh District. Mr. McComas nominated Hon. Albert Jenkins, of Cabell. Mr. Hughes nominated Robert Johnson, of Harrison. Mr. Jenkins received 33 and Mr. Johnson 53 votes. Twelfth District. Already represented by Mr. Staples. Thirteenth District. Mr. Johnson, of Lee, nominated Mr. Walter Preston, of Washington county. Unanimously elected. Nominations at large. Mr. Tredway nominated Hon. Jas. A. Seddon and Mr. Montague Hon. Wm. Ballard Preston as delegates at large. Both these gentlemen were unanimously elected. On motion, the Convention adjourned at 8 o'clock. [In referring to the vindication of Judge Camden in our report of the proceedings of the Convention on Thursday, we inadvertently omitted the name of Mr. Woods, of Barbour, by